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Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Find out about the longest and arguably one of the most important campaigns of World War II at Merseyside Maritime Museum, occupying warehouse block D at the Albert Dock. The city’s seafaring heritage is brought to life at this museum, which was designed to narrate the history of Liverpool’s ongoing international maritime importance. Discover the city’s role in the transatlantic slave trade, emigration, the development of the merchant marine, and the story of RMS Titanic. The museum’s exhibit marking the centenary of the Titanic's sinking includes numerous personal items recovered from the wreck, such as watches, cups, spectacles, and tiepins. The site also includes award-winning dining rooms, along with a gift shop, cafe, and lecture theater. Make Merseyside Maritime Museum part of your personalized Liverpool itinerary using our Liverpool travel itinerary planner.
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I enjoyed walking through the Titanic displays & learning the importance of Liverpool citizens in building & staffing this doomed ship. However, the Slave Trade Museum was the highlight of this museum... read more »
Decided to pop on yesterday the museum was free but obviously the money donation asked for is £4 you don't have to donate but I tell you what it's brilliant was in for 2 hours nearly and could of stay... read more »
This museum is really interesting and well looked after. When I travel there I always pop in because its free but you can donate if you want. You can walk around and read/look or sit down and listen t... read more »
Very disappointed with our experience. Started at the top and made our way down after an uninspiring lunch in the less than half full dining room but the wait for food was over 40 minutes. The overall impression was that the exhibits were poorly lit and under described. A lot of the written descriptions were almost impossible to read if somebody's shadow was cast over them due to the overhead spot lights. My personal favourites were the mocked up cabins and the beds/bunks as well as the dining tables of the Cunard line. Had seen enough after an hour and a half. If you enjoy lots of video screens and poster presentations this place is fine, but if you prefer a more traditional style of museum, this isn't it.
Fantastic museum with great exhibits. Very unique
Loved the titanic and smuggling exhibitions
Ye nan lad
Well kept histoey
Great place to visit very emotional at times because of the Titanic's history but really enjoyed it
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